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Looking for Certificate/Declaration of Conformity

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by FreelandeRobert, Feb 6, 2018.

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  1. FreelandeRobert

    FreelandeRobert Member

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    I have recently moved to Ireland, together with my Freelander.

    The Irish insurers are giving me a hard time with this car since it is a van and apparently it is weird in Ireland to drive a van when you are not self-employed. In any case, in order to get it insured, I am converting it to a normal car, a people carrier so to say.

    I am working together with a van-conversion-company in the area who would supply the paperwork for me. They are struggling with the fact that they would need a Declaration of Conformity for the seat belts which I put in... Would anyone know where that could be obtained? The LR dealers perhaps?

    Thank you very much.

    Rgds,

    Robert
     
  2. dieseldog69

    dieseldog69 Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Yes, contact your local Land Rover dealership, they will help you with that, you will have to pay but you will get an official letter from Land Rover to say it conforms to EC whatever.

    Mind you, I'd rather only pay the tax on the van, passenger carrying vehicles get hit hard!!!
     
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